I do not have a roof leak. Yet.
did you drop headliner and sealed with silicone?I have no leak, but I sealed my roof proactively. I’m not going to leave my cars integrity to the hands of 1-2mm paper thin flimsy gaskets.
For anyone on the fence of DIY’ing the repair, it’s a relatively easy task (4/10 difficulty) with some patience.
I did a pretty decent write-up on the process, page-5 post #94only way to be certain doesnt happen drop headliner and seal it to the max. waiting for someone put out tutorial lol
No, it affects all trim levels, adventure seems to be the most prevalent in posts since most people have it/customize, but don't let it fool you that it's limited to one trim.is this specific to any trim and even manufacturing location? My friend has a 2019 Limited Hybrid made in Japan, and so far without any leak issues in Washington State with a lot of rain. She even has the larger roof rails.
It spread like wildfire after one post TBH, and the asian tuner community is always pretty vocal.It seems there are more leaking in Japan and Taiwan, especially who used the weird garden hose test.
"THESE ARE THE ITEMS NOT COVERED:Accessory Drive Belts; Batteries; Body Panels; Brake Linings, Pads and Shoes, Rotors and Drums; Bumpers; Carpet; Chrome; Clutch Friction Disc and Pressure Plate; Dash Cover and Pad; Door Fabric; Door Trim; Filters; Fluids; Fuel Cell Air Compressor; Fuel Cell Boost Converter; Fuel Cell Electronic Control Unit; Fuel Cell Hydrogen Tanks; Fuel Cell Power Control Unit; Fuel Cell Stack; Fuel Cell Vehicle Battery Pack; Glass (including Windshields); Headliner; Heating Hoses, Lines and Tubes; Hoses; Hybrid Vehicle Battery Pack; Hybrid Vehicle Battery Plug Assembly; Hybrid Vehicle Relay Assembly; Hybrid Vehicle Supply Battery Assembly; Hydrogen Fueling Electronic Control Unit; Interior and Exterior Trim and Moldings (including but not limited to: Ashtrays, Covers, Cup Holders, and Vents); Lamps, Light Assemblies/Housings, and Light Bulbs; Nuts, Bolts, Clips, Retainers, and Fasteners; Paint; Rust and Corrosion Damage; Seat Covers; Sheet Metals; Shiny Metals; Spark Plugs; Structural Framework and Welds; Tires; Vacuum Hoses, Lines and Tubes; Weather Stripping; Wheels and Rims; Windshield Wiper Blades (rubber component); All interior and exterior cloth, leather, and stitching including convertible tops and/or vinyl tops including but not limited to: any vibration, deterioration, discoloration, disfigurement, warping, fading, staining, stretching, ripping, punctures, tearing and or scratches."I bought the Plat 7/125 for my car. I betcha there is a loophole in the extended warranty that absolves Toyota; that would be my luck.